The 19th edition of Art Paris Art Fair will explore modern and contemporary art from post-war years to present day, with a special focus on art from the African continent and African diaspora worldwide.
Our selection of the most inspiring exhibitions to see in Paris right now.
La Maison Rouge, a private non-profit foundation based in Paris to promote contemporary art, recently opened an exhibition titled The French Spirit: Countercultures 1969-1989. The exhibition...
Photographer Rogen Ballen and artist Hans Lemmen explore the human-animal connection in a darkly intriguing collaboration for the Unleashed exhibition now on show in Paris.
Musée d'art moderne, Paris sheds a new light on Dutch artist Karel Appel's work with this new retrospective. Runs from February 24, 2017 to August 20, 2017.
A joyful discovery! Fifteen experimental artists transform an old gym building and create some crazy artworks. Must see this March in Paris!
In a landmark exhibition, the Louvre Museum, Paris presents master Dutch genre painter Vermeer's paintings, including The Milkmaid and The Lacemaker, juxtaposing them against those of his contemporaries.
Paris-based Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson's latest photography exhibition is dedicated to late French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson’s pathbreaking book, "Images à la Sauvette" (Images on the Run), or as its American edition is named "The Decisive Moment".
The recently opened photo exhibition “Stéphane Duroy / Again and Again” at Le Bal, Paris presents an overview of photographer Stéphane Duroy’s work capturing the complex realities of societies haunted by memories of war and exile and his recent foray into finding new means of artistic expression.
An American Season at MEP, Paris includes grand portraits by Andres Serrano, French Archives of Harry Callahan, unsettling photographs of captive animals by Diana Michener, and a collective exhibition of legendary American photographers, Family Pictures, exploring the themes of family, identity and genealogy.